29 October 2021
Released to coincide with the crucial United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow, the latest issue of our clinical psychology publication is free to read for members and the public.
The issue includes articles by clinical psychologists and others on the climate crisis, and what role psychology has to play in any long-term strategy to tackle the ecological emergency.
Clinical Psychology Forum is the monthly publication for members of the BPS’s Division of Clinical Psychology. Due to the relevance and importance of this special issue, it has been made freely available via the DCP website.
Edited by Tony Wainwright, chair of BPS steering group on the climate emergency, and Annie Mitchell, the issue includes an article on community psychology approaches by Carl Harris, who is part of a group cycling from London to Glasgow for the start of COP26 to raise awareness.